Self-compassion within your grounding requires a positive approach to the journey.
Self-compassion within your grounding requires a positive approach to the journey. Please enjoy quick Grounding Practice for Positivity! Before you begin, take a moment to check in with yourself with the wellness tips below.
Tips for checking in with yourself:
- Tip #1: take a few deep breaths and check in with your inner guidance. Look for gut feelings, patterns, and clarity.
- Tip #2: Take time to reflect on what may be happening within your reality. Are you having feelings of fear in trusting yourself or others?
- Tip #3: Take time to consider what further thoughts you may have regarding your experiences, relationships, and internal responses.
- Tip #4: Take time to explore the things that are bothering or blocking you; this helps us explore our preferences and needs.
Please enjoy this 5-minute meditation, Grounding Practice for Positivity by Jessica Dillon.
I want you to close your eyes and imagine that you are in your happiest place. This can be a playground, beach, meadow, or even your room. All it needs to be is a place of stillness, of happiness.
Imagine that you are safe in this place, with an invisible wall around it that will not permit any worries or negative thoughts to step through. You are safe from these thoughts and worries.
I want you to step away from this place, be assured that no bad thoughts will follow you, and gently walk up a hill. It’s a small hill that you walk over easily, and you find a swing at the top. You look around and sit in the swing like it’s the most natural thing in the world.
You begin to sway gently, and as you gather speed, you begin to smile. You feel the soft breeze brush your cheeks. You feel your toes tickle the ground beneath you, and you look at the blue sky and fly with your eyes.
I want you to try and peel your smile off your face and find you can not. That the smile is stubborn and continues to exist and grow wider. And wider. You give the biggest, brightest smile you’ve ever given, and you soar through the air on your swing. You fly and forget about all you’ve left behind.
With stillness in mind, you soar.Jessica Dillon
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Please continue this Grounding Practice for Positivity anytime you need positive emotions.
With Intention, Sarafina